Review: Maxorata Beach Apartments
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Hotel: Maxorata Beach Apartments
Date: 10th – 20th Dec 2016
Room: Family Room
The Maxorata Beach Apartment was a fairly comfortable stay with loads of storage and a nice bathroom, however there were bugs in and around the cupboards in the kitchen area which wasn’t very pleasant. This didn’t effect us too much as we ate out every night. The employees were very friendly and the receptionist even gave us an extra free wifi token which was fantastic due to needing the internet for working purposes. The pool was off a good size however was very cold, we spent most of our time in the baby pool with Travis which was a lot warmer and more appealing for kids.
Tip read: Corralejo in December
Sleeping here on first impressions was going to be an issue as when booking a ‘Family Room’ I imagined a double bed at the very least, however we were to be greeted with two single beds, which were wider than the usual ones in the UK, pushed together as one. Surprisingly this was very comfortable and made sleeping not a problem.
They also provided us with a travel cot which was handy when Travis napped, and we could work outside.
Tip read: Corralejo for free
My favourite part
The white sandy beaches are quite something. Some of the stuff you seen here was unbelievable. Two sand sculptures in particular. One being a dragon breathing fire, yeah that is right, real fire from a sand sculpture. The other being a sand village with loads of little houses and trees. Thinking of the time these artists must have taken to build these fantastic sculptures is mind blowing.
My least favourite part
There isn’t much to fault apart these apartments. One thing though is the bugs on the counter and cupboards are just an off-put. Plus it could easily have been dealt with.
Have you stayed at the Maxorata Beach Apartments? What did you think of it?
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